Our People

Our Company is our People.

Here at Wood & Grieve Engineers (WGE) our people are what truly sets us apart. Since we opened our doors in 1961 we have been dedicated to maintaining a unique employee culture that empowers our teams to deliver highly personalised, commercially viable and robust engineering solutions. It is this unique culture that drives our teams to go the extra mile and has seen WGE achieve:

  • “Best Employer” accreditation in the prestigious Aon Best Employer survey for a fifth year in a row – 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 & 2016
  • A triple win at the 2015 Financial Review Client Choice Awards for Best Consulting Engineering Firm (revenue $50m-$200m), Best WA Firm and Most Client Focused Consulting Engineer (Grant Holman)
  • 2016 Financial Review Client Choice Award winner ‘Best Provider to the Property sector’

Our large team of experienced engineers are well-known in the property industry and are committed to ensuring that the projects they work on are something both they and WGE are very proud of.

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Many of our employees want to tell you in their own words why WGE is different from other engineering firms.

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Our Work

Our work speaks for itself.

As a national firm we are proud to have been involved in some of Australia’s most advanced and exciting projects. We’re specialists in all disciplines from civil to acoustics and sustainability and have extensive experience in a range of sectors such as health & aged care, retail and sports, culture & the arts. We provide innovative best practice solutions that reflect current and future trends and use advanced Building Information Modelling (BIM) and modular construction techniques to continue to push the boundaries of design on our projects.
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News & Articles

News August 26, 2016

WGE’s Ben James shares insights on the NSW Infrastructure budget

The NSW Government recently announced an injection of $73.4 million to address infrastructure ‘pinchpoints’ throughout Sydney. WGE’s Ben James highlights the challenge for delivery authorities in this piece recently published by the Property Council of Australia.

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News August 25, 2016

Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre reaches completion

The Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre is a purpose-built centre-of-excellence for cancer research, treatment, care and education.

The $1 billion, 130,000-square-metre facility is the new home of Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, new cancer research and clinical read more »

News August 25, 2016

WGE announced as first Recognised Provider for Climate Change Adaptation Plans

Wood & Grieve Engineers’ (WGE) online climate change adaptation tool, CChangeAP, has been validated by the Green Building Council of Australia, with WGE named as the first Recognised Provider for Climate Change Adaptation Plans.

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